The SIGNiX platform will display icons to let you know when you should pay particular attention to the signatures or content in a document or contract.
This icon tells you something may have changed after the last signature was applied. It may be intentional, but the software is letting you know to be aware. Click the pen icon on the left side. You will see an in-document change tracker, showing you each of the signatures applied, and changes made after the last signature.
This icon tells you something was recently changed in the document you are viewing. You will need to ‘validate’ the signatures for Reader to let you know what changed. Simply click the pen icon and then the ‘Validate All’ button. The icon will then change.
If you see the Red X, you should not trust this document. It means that substantive changes have been made to the document and the integrity of the original PDF is compromised. Get in touch with the organization or individual that sent you the document and request an original.
The PDF's feature
Note: Features like the green checkmark, Signature History™, and other embedded information will not be available on a mobile device. If you have questions about the document, open it on a computer in Adobe Reader (or other app as described above) to view assurance features.
Now that you know what to look for with the digitally signed document from SIGNiX, access a copy of the audit trail or history behind the transaction. We recommend that signers download the PDF versions of their signed
This transactional audit trail traces every single event from the initiation of the transaction to its final steps. It captures key legal points